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Short What A Way To Go Poems

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Last Few Seconds
Last Few Seconds

What a way to go;
Right down to last few seconds,
Before Green Bay won.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, analogy,
Form: Haiku



WHAT A WAY TO GO
IF YOU GAIN
YOU CURE YOUR PAIN
you did what love brings
yoy did your thing
so don't be ashame
let the wind blow
WHAT A WAY TO GO...

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Categories: what a way to go, adventure, fantasy, happiness,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member What a way to go
Pastrami on rye, piled up so high
  Sauerkraut oozing out from the side
Served steaming hot, with mustard on top
  My last sandwich be this ~ gladly I'll die...

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Categories: what a way to go, food, happiness, heaven,
Form: Rubai
Premium Member What A Way To Go
An old man bought her gems and he smiled,
Knowing where they would be in a while...
Sex with a young beauty,
Great legs, boobs and booty.
If he died, he'd be going in style....

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Categories: what a way to go, age, appreciation, beauty, body, fantasy, girlfriend, money,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member motion
You see when we were denied
We all thought it was over
And what a way to go down 
To be one of the first to try 
The motion, the truth of what 
Was to unfold could never
Have been believed

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© cs parker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, adventure, america,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Ogling The Fillies


In spite of my age, I'm still hot to trot Love ogling the fillies but sometimes get caught Been slapped on the kisser Almost stopped my ticker What a way to go, better than a blood clot
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Categories: what a way to go, giggle,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Dead Drunk and Pickled
From the dark vaults of Nottinghamshire's rich history
Full of intrigue folklaw and mystery
Comes a rather gruesome tale 
About a unlucky drunkard who drank too much ale
While frequenting a local drinking inn
In a drunken stopper
The man fell down the stairs
And landed head first into a barrel that he fell in
And drowned.

What a way to go
Was it ale or gin we may never know
Proof that drink kills
A grizzly tale
To give you a chill.


Peter Dome. copyright.2015. July...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: what a way to go, drink,
Form: Free verse